Psychos

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Channel 4 (ended 1999)

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Psychos was first broadcast on channel 4 in the UK between May and June 1999. The series was set in a psychiatric hospital in Glasgow. The Psychos in the title referred to the doctors and not the patients. The previews and publicity for the series were very positive and it was thought that the series would have a cult TV following and a second series was optioned. Then, those involved with the mentally ill began to complain about the title and the advertising campaign. A second series was cancelled, Channel 4 never repeated the series nor did they release it on video. Writer David Wolstencroft and John McKay both won Network Newcomer Behind The Screen Awards for Psychos in 1999 from The Royal Television Society. Fortunately the series was broadcast in other countries. In May 2000 it was nominated for a Bafta award. Actor Douglas Henshall won a Palmare at the Reims Television Festival 2000 for his portrayal of Dr Daniel Nash.

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